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A Few Poultry Hints.
E cen if it has be-n neglected j>An
ni. uw, it will still pay to get some
a -rh tloo1 into.your flock. Get a
i roitis young rooster for every
at hens and malske way with ill
I.. mi h- l)irdA you kept over fI oim laist"
y.. hie chicks will be stronlr
1rd. !etter. Whilo about it get the
coghbredl mac l ies.
o the turkeys aro ruininlg wt 1r
ugwheatt! Wa'tch t.hemu closer,
i.('v tre utilig noro bugs than
.t, we wiarrait. A ilock of tur
wVill )ly their way on the faru
Wh[eie (1o your fow l roost those
'in- a ht: (1 the hors lagr,(1,
biggyv dash, or midor the house?
",wv it nice brosh arbor bcats any of
:a long ways. Make it out of
. I- boughs if possible. Cedar is
b dt fto lico and; lice arej death to
r: ic kels.
Vhere is the carcass of that ye(ar
ri; that (lied last mlonth? Can your
fjwls get at it these warm lays? :And
%ton had a hon for diunerilast 4uudnv!
h': And the fresh eggs for: breal
(o bury that carcass deep, or
bettor still, burn it up.
The liens are not putting in half
fhe day on the rye patch just out of
miieiuuess. Forget about it--look the
,I(1er way if it makes you mad. They
c At hurt the rye much after all, and
) means eggs in plenty to let 'em
Th<e Pekin duck is easy to raise, a
.ood la3er, an elegant table bird,
tuS1 can be raised in an urdinarv
*p3)<ltry yard, as it does not need a
t(a_aun or p1nd, its most peuple seeml
Stnstea(d of throwing away the w:)od 1
whos it pays to put a bushel of them
at. t box say two by four feetit and
-ne foot (ee), dtt1 set in s01110 shet
emo placu where the hens can .et
Co them for a (tu;t bath. A couple
:f pounds of sulphur thrown in with
thenl helps put the lice out of bus'
Both males and females are called
thicks when hatched. A fter the
nales-can be distinguished from the
fenakes, they are cockerels and pul
its, and l.fter one year old, cock,
How odd that the same man wh<
in raging at his wife now for "pid
itn' .around with them measly, n(
count .chickens" is the very sam
indivi(lal who nezt August will b(
p,ssinig his plate humbly fIr thi
ithird piece of friedl chickeni!
The inevitable Bryan.
W~e trust that our conitemnporariil
wvill not be.deluded about the real at
dtude of the Southiern Democracy
The South is not going to be again
ued :ntro the error by whicb it was eni
(ro.ppod at St. Louis. Bryan is al
ready the Democratic nominee ii
I 9tS. Thej1 South knows it no0w an<i
;fhe rest of the country may as w'.el
vehi.e it. We go further than cithe:
Mrt2. S'mith or Mr. Graves and insis
ithzat Mr. Bryan's policies, w.hich havs
Ax-omehO the plihcies of the peOopI
andl( his firm and unshaken stand il
(their behalf, hiave made him wthb
foremost American, regardless o
party lines, andl we welcome the dem
.instration of it with confidence il
th result. TVhe South is lookint
forwa.'zrd with growing confidence, no
;di the nomination of Mr. Bryan
which is already assured, but to his
"ierw:helmning election in 1908 ove:
Roosevelt or anybody else!- [ Atlanti
O)L 'Saturday before the secon<
ndyin May anid ialiliay Sundla
. e Piedmont unlioni inging tonivenl
iion; w.ill he0 inl session. l)inner wil
lac f4orved on theO ground~ both days
.t.l krsr of Hong anld micj are in
vie i bring song books andI dinner
Don'~t forget tihe place, Mt. Pisga
Am'~.oh in And ersoni county'.
C, G. Voigt,
P C. Cairtr e, Scy).
"MA-K E S
all the germs and pc
spots in the body as
Nature's way. Pure]
most powerful of cl
time re :ulates the 1i
up the ntire systen
that cures rheumati:
other remedies anc
Percelle, of Salem, V
dreds of dollars for p
by half a dozon bo
2120 Ramsay street
man." Mrs. S. A. Co
it cleansed her bloo<
After Noted Doctors Faile
Here is a case cured by RH EU
CIDE after noted New York spe
ists had failed. Mr. W. R. HuI
writes from Atkins. Va.
Four bottles of RHEUMAC
have entirely cured me of a I
standing case of rheumatism
greatly mproved my general he.
I was a total wreck, having had r
matism for twenty years. Ispent
eral weeks and much money tr
specialists in New York. but RH
MACIDE is the only cure I I
found. When I began to use
weighed 140 pounds. Now I weig)
pounds. my normal weight.
"W. R. HUGHE;
For the Stock
is a-whole me
Price 25c 50
Sed For Free Booklet on I,
Address Dr, Earl S. SI
STAT EM EN I',
( Of I 1i: Farmer's Bank of Central. .\I r ib
- 19th, 1907.
LOlil L an ad Discou nts I2.'i.91 ii
I )emandi Lons 3. (. '3)
-IHanking Hfouse 3,5. -]i
Funituri Lie and1( Fi xItures I ,000 si
Other Real Est'ite .. . it
Duei F'rom Han ks and Bankers 9.at i '0
Currency ". 'in. I)
Sil ver, Nickels and Pecnnies: .
Checks and Cash Items s N
Capitol Stockc pa)id in , 1$31.9 0.00it
Uhdivided p)rofite, less current
3 Due to Baniiks andi' Banilkers 1,75 I.:
ndivid un D)eposts subject to
cha~ck 1-i.11i8 90
Time Certificate in(J. ,3
I, . J. McGee, Cahier' ofthabv
namerd bank (10 soleminly swear thatI lhe
ab)ove staLtemient is true, to) the b.h of
my knowledge uand belhef; and do fum
thier stwear1 LIhat since t he lst, retulrnm
.made to tho State Baink Exaineiiiir of hl.?
conidition (of -the banIk. that, the bank
.through its officers has n ot violateid of
OvadedC( afly obligations imposedC( by hil w.
H1. J, Mcee ,
STfATE1' OF SOUTi'I CARLINA.
- P'ickens county.
[ Rworn to b)efor' e , this~ the' 25th day
of Marcht, 190'7. O. S. Stewart.
N. P', S. C
W. V. Claytoun, )
R. (I. (aines' 1 Directors.
- 'This Bahnkc op)eened for bus .i nesa
Novembxler ith 1906J.
HAIR BALSAM 1
CIeantes anelt beatile t ha ir.
A , "S t ixi,i
goes right to the seat of t
Isons out of the blood, clea
id sets all the organs to W4
Iy vegetable, non-alcoholic,
leansing medicines, and al
ver, tones up the stomach
. RHEUMACIDE is the or
m to stay cured.
L BLOOD PURIFIER A
E BY REMOVING THF
has cured thousands of ca,
famous doctors had fail
a., spent $200 in medicinE
hysicians' fees, and at last h
ttles of Rheumacide. 0. I
, Baltimore, says it has "n
mbes 114 S. Gilmor street,
d, took away her pains, and
like a new woman."
d. and recommends Rhe
hc CURES AFTE
IDE Sample bottle an
for postage to
' Bobbitt Chemic
8 START TO'
dies t Home
on the Farm
cCF $ 1.00
Iorses.Cattle. Hogs & P3ultry.
owi, Boston, Mass.
100 LOTS FO SALE
T h1 0 (: 1 ] i I. ii
cut iuto lotsO ande
I lid( (Yi l~ IDsteets.
They are Ilevel
and weli1. loca ted
an(d t he si zes xrvr
fromu OU --hu]ll to
fiv acres1~. Th is
is agolden oppor-0T
OWD\ 1 a PlomeLi in)
the l>est town. 01
the0 Pied monit
Real estate is ad
but the prices 0on.
these lots hve
been made( fo'i
quick sat,les. Virst
come, first ch o ice.
For Pl..ats, Pice. OO
and TOTmS]i Se0
.T. ~MoD. T3runo
ALL OV RU
he disease, sweeps
is dp alithe plague
>rk again in
it is yet the
CAUSE. 1' 1
;es after all
ad. Austin ,
is and hun
iade him a new
made her "feel
Your druggist sells
R ALL OTHERS
d booklet free if you send fi
al Company, Proprietors,
I have a
'.Amnong thi-m are thr recomr
Clocks with weigh;a, w' hieh
Ai<d a r ew liine of SILVER
Silver WATCh ES. A nic li
I Hi. SNIDERII, ..
--SE L LS 'T'
Bull THAT I
can run through
it or climh noer
. Rheumatic Gout,
Baltimore. Trii blen,
DA Y Blood Poison,
D All Blood
.\ r. thie hest (;inernl I'lurimse Fiiinesi
ti world. We carry theni in -,tockl.
\\"e nre the liead-liiarters for
Poertess Engines, Saw Mills,
and Threshers. Also Atlas
Engines and Bo'ier' DeLoach
'-aw Mills and Shingle Mills,
We carry it t:niteiiin is sta"1: ol till kinih
of I; Ii II NG an,l 31A,1 1 I\ INItI' Sup
pIIis. ',W rite us for atuiti g ii th .i b
;o . . c .
good( line~ of
2endabl)E~ old i t "Iv he1 Ii ''lomas
I am selling at a wiarua bargainsi.
WVARiE. A lio so'id Gold and(
J epirg work in ihe jewiry lino.
S. a:"'ev,. C.,
AND GOUNTRY PRO0DUCE,
it, crawl under
it. and brak it.